Daria Saville

Who is Daria Saville? Biography, Wiki, Height, Net Worth, Age, Parents

Who is Daria Saville?

Daria Saville is a professional tennis player from Australia. She has one WTA Tour singles championship and three doubles titles, as well as four TIF singles and two doubles titles. In August 2017, she achieved her career-high singles rating of world No. 20. Until her marriage to Luke Saville in 2021, Saville competed under her maiden name, Daria Gavrilova. She represented Russia until 2015 when she moved to Australia.

She achieved a career-high junior rating of world no. 1 in August 2010. She won the Youth Olympics and the US Open in 2010.

Famous For

  • Tennis player from Australia.

Early Life/ Personal Life

On March 5, 1994, Daria Saville was born. Daria Gavrilova is her given name. Her birthplace is in the Russian city of Moscow. She is an Australian citizen. She was formerly of Russian descent. She is of the Caucasian race and follows the Christian faith. Her astrological sign is Pisces. Her father, Alexey, and mother, Natalia, gave birth to her. Stepan, her younger brother, is her only sibling.

Celebrated Name Daria Saville
Age 28 Years
Nick Name Dasha
Birth Name Daria Gavrilova
Birth Date 1994-03-05
Gender Female
Profession Tennis Player
Place Of Birth Moscow
Birth Nation Russia
Nationality Australian
Famous For Popular tennis player
Father Alexey Gavrilova

Mother Naalia Gavrilova

Siblings 1
Brothers Stepan
Ethnicity White
Religion Christianity
Horoscope Pisces
Career Start 2010
Height 1.66 m (5 ft 5 in)
Weight 61 kg
Body Type Athletic
Eye Color Hazel
Hair Color Blonde
Sexual Orientation Straight
Marital Status Married
Husband Luke Saville

Married Date 2021-12-04
Residence Australia
Source of Wealth Tennis (prize money, contracts, sponsorships, and endorsements)
Net Worth Around $1 million
Children None
Education Not Known
Links Instagram

Daria Saville Professional Career

  • Daria Saville began playing tennis at a young age.
  • She had an excellent junior career, peaking as World No. 1 in August 2010.
  • She earned a gold medal for Russia in the 2010 Youth Olympic Games, defeating Chinese competitor Zheng Saisai in the final.
  • In the final of the 2010 US Open, she defeated Russian player Yulia Putintseva.
  • She also advanced to the doubles semifinals alongside fellow Russian Irina Khromacheva.
  • Her win earned her a wildcard into the WTA event’s main draw.
    She was defeated in her WTA debut by Alona Bondarenko of Ukraine.
  • She concluded the year as the No. 1 junior player and No. 515 in the World Tennis Association rankings.
  • In 2011, she lost in the first round of the Australian Open and Wimbledon, in the quarterfinals of the French Open, and in the second round of the US Open.
  • In 2011, she reached her first ITF Women’s Circuit final, a $25k tournament in Moscow.
  • At the $10,000 event in Antalya, she won her first professional championship.
  • She finished 2011 ranked 383rd in the world.
  • In April 2012, she and partner Irina Khromacheva won their first professional doubles championship, a $25k event in Chiasso, Switzerland.
  • In addition, the duo won the junior category at the 2012 French Open.
  • In 2012, she won her career-best match, upsetting world No. 35 Yanina Wickmayer at the Rossmalen Grass Court Championships.
  • She qualified for the main draw of a Grand Slam event, the 2013 Australian Open. In the second round, she was defeated by Lesia Tsurenko.
  • In October 2013, she had knee reconstructive surgery.
  • She completed the year ranked 144th.

  • In 2014, she won the doubles title with partner Storm Sanders in the $50,000 tournament in Sacramento, California.
  • She made her debut for Australia in the 2014 US Open qualifications.
  • In 2014, she won her second singles championship, a $25k event in Bangkok, defeating Sabina Sharipova in the final. They were defeated in the doubles final of the same event.
  • In February 2015, she won the $50,000 Burnie International in Australia. In the final, she defeated first seed, Irina Falconi.
  • In Launceston, she won another $50,000 event, this time defeating Tereza Mrdeza in the final.
  • In the second round of the 2015 Miami Open, she defeated second seed Maria Sharapova, her first victory against a top-ten player.
  • At the Premier-5 Italian Open, she won her second match against a top-ten player, No. 7 Ana Ivanovic.
  • She lost her first WTA Tour semifinal, the Premier-5 Italian Open, to Maria Sharapova.
  • Saville and Nick Kyrgios became Australia’s second Hopman Cup champions. The 2016 Hopman Cup was won by Team Australia, who defeated Team Ukraine, which included Elina Svitolina and Alexandr Dolgopolov.
  • In 2016, she reached the fourth round of the Australian Open, the quarterfinals of the Madrid Open, the third round of the Rome Open, the first round of the French Open, the second round of Wimbledon, and the first round of the US Open.
  • In round one of the 2016 Rio Olympics, she was drawn against world No. 1, Serena Williams.
  • She advanced to the quarterfinals of the China Open and the semifinals of the Hong Kong Open.
  • In both doubles and singles, she reached her first Premier final in Moscow.
  • In the 2017 Hopman Cup semifinals, Team Australia was defeated by Team USA.
  • In 2017, she advanced to the fourth round of the Australian Open, the third round of Indian Wells, the second round of Miami, and the quarterfinals of the Italian Open.
  • In August 2017, she won her maiden WTA Tour championship, the Connecticut Open. In the finals, she beat Dominika Cibulkova.
  • In 2019, she lost in the first round at the Brisbane International, the Australian Open, the St. Petersburg Trophy, the Mexican Open, and the Miami Open.
  • The Indian Wells Open saw her advance to the third round.
  • She was forced to withdraw after suffering a thigh injury in the first round of the 2019 French Open.
  • She skipped the Australian Open in 2020 owing to an Achilles tendon ailment and plantar fasciitis.
  • In 2020, she reached the quarterfinals of the Open de Cagnes-sur-Mer.
    In 2020, she advanced to the second round of the French Open.
  • In 2021, she advanced to the second round of the Yarra Valley Classic and the Australian Open.
  • She then underwent Achilles tendon surgery.
  • She returned to compete for Australia in the Billie Jean King Cup Finals. She overcame Greet Minnen, but Australia was eliminated in the semifinals by Switzerland.
  • She was eliminated in the first round of both the Adelaide International 1 and 2 in 2022.
  • She was knocked out in the first round of the Australian Open.
  • She advanced to the Abierto Zapopan quarterfinals after defeating Emma Raducanu and Caroline Dolehide.
  • She pulled out of the Indian Wells tournament in the fourth round. She had won the first round against Zhang Shuai, the second round against Ons Jabeur, and the third round against Elise Mertens.
  • She advanced to the Miami Open quarterfinals.

Daria Saville Boyfriend

Daria Saville has a husband. Luke Saville, a tennis player, is her husband. The pair were engaged on December 6, 2018, and will marry on December 4, 2021.

Daria Saville Height 

Daria Saville has a height of 1.66 m, or 5 feet and 5 inches. Her physical weight is around 61 kg. Her physique is sporty. His eyes are hazel, and his hair is blonde. Her sexual orientation is heterosexual.

Daria Saville net worth

Daria Saville earns a living as a professional tennis player. Since beginning her tennis career in 2010, she has won one WTA Tour singles title and three doubles win, as well as four singles and two doubles victories on the ITF circuit. Her primary sources of revenue include prize money, contracts, sponsorships, and endorsements. She has received around $4.1 million in prize money so far. Her net worth is reported to be in the $1 million range.

Did You Know?

  • She is the lowest-ranked Miami quarterfinalist in history (No. 249).
  • She adores dogs.

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